Tag Archives: Church and State

Presidential Fallout Part 2

While the more I worked on this the more I realized that it would take a book or two to say all I want as carefully as I want, I present this second part of my last blog for what … Continue reading

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Presidential Fallout

The recent rather contested presidential election in the United States raises all types of issues, which have certainly been discussed by many, but I am particularly interested in its implications for the Christian community, specifically the Church itself and certain … Continue reading

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Reflections on Elections

Given that today is the day before Election Day here in this US of A, one would think that reflection on the election would be appropriate. However, I tried to avoid it, since biblical reflection is far more difficult than … Continue reading

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